Breakthrough Results Through Committed Teams

A Process and Toolbox to Help Average Teams Become Top Performers

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About This Course

Effective teaming underpins many organizations’ competitive strength. Teams bring together diverse ideas, talent and viewpoints to fuel innovation and effective responses to new competitive threats. High-performing teams also deliver out-sized performance results.

A new 3X3 framework and process, based on the insights generated by teamwork experts at top business schools, shows average teams how to become top performers. The approach illustrates how teams set aspirational goals, use new tools to stay on track, and periodically reflect to make needed adjustments.

Dr. Mario Moussa and Derek Newberry, authors of Committed Teams use vivid stories and practical exercises to help teams:

  • Establish goals, roles and norms and hold members accountable to commitments
  • Assess and improve team culture through structured conversation
  • Apply methods to navigate and move beyond team conflict
  • Identify actions and small steps that will lead to breakthrough performance

This Learning Sprint combines an evidence-based toolbox, new methods and practical exercises to help teams
build communication, collaboration, and leadership skills that characterize High-Performing Teams and deliver breakthrough performance results within a year.

Expert Faculty

Mario Moussa

President, Moussa Consulting, Co-author, The Art of Woo: Using Strategic Persuasion to Sell Your Ideas, and Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance

Course Features

100% Online Course Platform

30 Minutes Per Day

Leadership Coaching

World-Class Expert Teaching

Community of Practice

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